If you have any concerns about your pregnancy call your GP, midwife, nearest early pregnancy unit or maternity unit. How much discharge is normal in pregnancy? Having more vaginal discharge during pregnancy is common. Speak to your midwife or doctor if you are unsure about any increase or change in your vaginal discharge. If you have any vaginal bleeding at any time during your pregnancy contact your midwife. Any sign of blood, which may be red like if you cut your finger or dark brown like old blood needs to be checked straight away.
When you are expecting, your body goes through so many changes it's hard to know what's normal and what's cause for worry. Am I supposed to feel hot all the time? Why I am so forgetful? And what is this weird vaginal discharge? If you are noticing increased vaginal discharge as your waistline expands, you have plenty of company.
Pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and breastfeeding come with lots of [sometimes surprising] extras. Like fluid. Lots of different kinds of fluids.
All you need to know about the common pregnancy symptom of vaginal discharge and what you can do about it. You may notice around week 12 of pregnancy that your body is producing a lot more vaginal discharge. Don't be alarmed; an increase in vaginal discharge is normal during pregnancy. Here are some common questions you may have and what you can do about it: Why is there an increase in vaginal discharge? Normally, this discharge protects your womb from infection entering the body through the vagina.